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Ghost Rider



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Ghost Rider


Ghost Rider Series 1 - 1996


Marvel Universe '96 Series 9 - 1996



The first Ghost Rider figure is as normal of a Ghost Rider figure as you can get. He is very well done, with a good amount of detail and good articulation, especially in the legs. He comes with a chain that goes around his body and waist that glows in the dark. His head also will glow in the dark. The flames surrounding his head look pretty good, as it is tough to sculpt a flaming skull.

Figure ability: Glow in the dark skull
Accessories: None


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Ghost Rider II


Ghost Rider Series 1 - 1996



This second Ghost Rider figure was similar to the first, except that it came with a snap on head that would transform Dan Ketch into Ghost Rider. To make this happen, the chest has to be large enough to put the head down into, so the chest of this figure looks odd. It is even bigger when the Ghost Rider head is on. The figure also comes with spiked armbands and leg bands that snap onto his arms and boots. He also came with a chain similar to the first Ghost Rider figure. The articulation in this figure is also pretty good.

Figure ability: Ghost Rider transforming action
Accessories: Belt and shoulder chain, Leg spikes x2, Arm spikes x2, Head


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Original Ghost Rider


Ghost Rider Series 2 - 1996



This figure is very similar to the first Ghost Rider figure that was released, but with more fire around his hands and feet like he had in the comics. The detail on the sculpt for this one is just a bit better than the first Ghost Rider, due to the extra flame that had to be sculpted on. The figure ability is having his chest open up and reveals some flame. The feature works well, but makes his chest very bulky and looks a little odd. The sides of his chest often fall off too.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Exploding Ghost Rider


Ghost Rider Series 2 - 1996



A Ghost Rider in his older blue outfit, this figure's look is a good choice but has a strange action feature. The figure does explode and all the limbs and head detach from the torso, but this also makes him hard to keep together. Oddly, despite this being the original Ghost Rider, the other Ghost Rider in the line bears that title.

Figure ability: Exploding torso action
Accessories: None


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Ghost Rider


Marvel 90's 10' 1996 - 1996





Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Ghost Rider


Ghost Rider Cycles and Riders - 1996



This Ghost Rider is a straight repaint of the series 1 Ghost Rider.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Ghost Rider


Marvel Legends Series 3 - 2003



Ghost Rider is another nice addition to the series. The detail on the skull and flames is very nice with a lot of detail on the rest of the figure as well. The figure is mostly grey though, which takes away a little bit, but that’s how he did look in the comics. He also comes with a little metal chain that can either go around his body or can be placed in his hands. His base is his motorcycle which is a great touch.

Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: Chain, Motorcycle base


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Ghost Rider


Miscellaneous Series Hearts of Darkness - 2003



This Ghost Rider was the same as the first Ghost Rider figure, only with different color pants.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Ghost Rider


Marvel Legends Series 7 - 2004



Ghost Rider also gets the new figure treatment in this lineup. This figure though is a completely new one and not a remold of his existing figure. The figure itself is a lot scrawnier than the first figure and looks more like a skeleton in a jumpsuit like he is sometimes drawn as in the comics. Articulation is great as usual and the flames on the head are much better done than the first with this time being molded out of a translucent plastic. The jaw on the skull can move too, and when it does the pupils of the eyes move in and out some so that his eyes are black when the jaw is closed and you see two yellow dots in the center of his eyes when open. Like the first figure, he features a motorcycle for a base, but this time the wheels actually move much like the motorcycle Blade came with.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Motorcycle


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Phasing Ghost Rider


Marvel Legends Series 7 - 2004



Ghost Rider gets a variant figure with his classic blue outfit and a semi transformed head. I don't know why he's called 'Phasing Ghost Rider' on the package though.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Motorcycle

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Last edited by Seril on 2010-07-14 00:00:00
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